Chau Doc

Chau Doc

Thanks to a change of hands between the Cham, Khmer and Vietnamese, this bustling border town on the banks of the Bassac River is a rich mix of ethnicities and religions. It is a busy trading port and famous for the high quality fish sauce and catfish. Tourism is also on the rise. If you’re ready to explore more temples, you’ve come to the right place.
 

For a change of scenery, visit the Chau Giang Mosque that serves the local Cham Muslims. At the many floating houses and fish farms, you can see Vietnam’s fishing industry up close and splashing. There are many markets touting all of the local goods along with Cambodian imports, ensuring that you will never leave empty handed.
 

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Laid along the length of the Bassac River in the scenic Mekong Delta, Victoria Chau Doc Hotel brings exquisite colonial style to riverside living. Built into the landscape and close to both Ho Chi...

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